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Universes from Nothing?

Scientific euphemisms and equivocations

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The question of cosmic origins is a perennially popular question, but most theists think the answer has been known for thousands of years. God is the ultimate cause of the cosmos.

While there’s room to disagree with that theistic conclusion, there are rational limits on the valid ways to reject it. None of the outcomes of rejecting…




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Prudence Louise

Prudence Louise

Writing about things that interest me. Which means I’m probably writing about philosophy, religion or spirituality.

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